Language and Subjectivity

Language and Subjectivity

 
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ISBN13:9781108475488
ISBN10:1108475485
Kötéstípus:Keménykötés
Terjedelem:262 oldal
Méret:223x143x17 mm
Súly:420 g
Nyelv:angol
Illusztrációk: 11 b/w illus. 2 maps
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An incisive account of the relationship between language and identity, illuminating the role of language in racism, sexism, colonialism and similar social forces.

Hosszú leírás:
Understanding the role of language within the formation of a sense of self has been revolutionised by developments in social theory, particularly poststructuralism. There is now a new emphasis on the way in which subjects are vulnerable in the face of powerful discourses such as nation, gender, race and sexuality. This book is a clear and engaging introduction to these developments and their relevance to students of language. Using lively and often personal examples throughout, Tim McNamara explores the role of language within processes of subjectivity using the insights of conversation analysis (CA), creating an original conceptual and methodological bridge between the macro- and micro-dimensions of social discourse and everyday conversational interaction.

'... this book takes us on an intellectual ride through many domains while urging us to think politically, to engage with the local operations of language, and to act as applied linguists. I'm not sure what has been planned for the rest of this series, but this sets the bar high.' Alastair Pennycook, Language in Society
Tartalomjegyzék:
1. The construction of the subject; 2. Discourses of gender and sexuality; 3. Recognition and the colonial other; 4. Racist discourse and everyday language; 5. Language learning and subjectivity; 6. Discourse and subjectivity in face-to-face interaction (1): the interaction oOrder; 7. Discourse and subjectivity in face-to-face interaction (2): inscribing gender; 8. Categorising others in casual conversation; 9. Technologies of subjectivity: language tests and identification; 10. Conclusion: discourse and discipline.